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Registration for Southern Business School Namibia goes local

Mon, 1 February 2016 16:52
by Villager Reporter
News Flash

Prospective students around Namibia will be able to register for Southern Business School Namibia’s courses in different three locations outside of Windhoek.

As part of a road show, which commences in Keetmanshoop on 22 February, SBS will travel to Walvis Bay and to Ongwediva. SBS said in a press release, “The Institution realises there may be logistical constraints to students registering in person, especially if registration only takes place in Windhoek.”

The Director of SBS Namibia, Albin Jacobs said, “The Southern Business School Namibia Roadshow provides the perfect solution for students to register with us. Registration could not be easier and with it the students have access to high-calibre academic professionals and education.”

Students in the capital will be able to register during two days at the Windhoek Branch, on the 20th of February and the 27th of February. By having registration take place on the weekend, SBS says that it will allow potential students who work full time to register on their own terms, and trained staff will be present to assist with the process.

The Road Show stops will take place as follows:

Keetmanshoop- 22 February, at the Canyon Hotel from 09h00 - 19h00
Walvis Bay- 24 February, at the Protea Hotel (Town Centre) from 09h00 - 19h00
Ongwediva- 26 February, at the Destiny Hotel from 09h00 - 19h00